History Disney / RobinHood

22nd Sep '16 4:52:38 PM Bissek
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* DeusExMachina: The original planned ending, which can be seen in storyboard format on the DVD but was never animated; Robin Hood would have been wounded during the climatic escape from Nottingham Castle and dragged to a church to recover by Maid Marian and Little John. Prince John and Sir Hiss would have tracked Robin Hood down, but before Prince John could push Marian aside and stab the fox to death, King Richard would have returned at last and, having caught him red-handed, essentially shouted him into dropping the dagger, sitting down in a corner and surrendering.



* DuesExMachina: The original planned ending, which can be seen in storyboard format on the DVD but was never animated; Robin Hood would have been wounded during the climatic escape from Nottingham Castle and dragged to a church to recover by Maid Marian and Little John. Prince John and Sir Hiss would have tracked Robin Hood down, but before Prince John could push Marian aside and stab the fox to death, King Richard would have returned at last and, having caught him red-handed, essentially shouted him into dropping the dagger, sitting down in a corner and surrendering.
7th Sep '16 12:57:35 PM Tommoraptor
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** During that very song, Marian very briefly wiggles her butt directly at the camera.

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** During that very song, Marian very briefly seductively wiggles her butt directly at the camera.
7th Sep '16 12:49:08 PM Tommoraptor
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** During that very song, Marian very briefly wiggles her butt directly at the camera.
3rd Sep '16 7:06:16 PM Prinzenick
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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the Most Wanted Edition DVD release of the film was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticeable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John and during the archery scenes, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing, where the arrows vanish into virtually nothing in certain shots. To add insult to injury, the aspect ratio is slightly cropped as well compared to the previous Gold Collection DVD release.

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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the Most Wanted Edition DVD release of the film was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticeable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John and during the archery scenes, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing, where the arrows vanish into virtually nothing in certain shots.erasing. To add insult to injury, the aspect ratio is slightly cropped as well compared to the previous Gold Collection DVD release.
3rd Sep '16 7:03:38 PM Prinzenick
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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the ''Robin Hood: Most Wanted Edition'' DVD release was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing, and also during the archery scenes when Robin is disguised as a stork, where his thin stick legs vanish into virtually nothing in certain shots.

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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the ''Robin Hood: Most Wanted Edition'' Edition DVD release of the film was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticable noticeable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John, John and during the archery scenes, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing, and also during the archery scenes when Robin is disguised as a stork, where his thin stick legs the arrows vanish into virtually nothing in certain shots. To add insult to injury, the aspect ratio is slightly cropped as well compared to the previous Gold Collection DVD release.
31st Aug '16 7:05:37 AM Prinzenick
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* DigitalDestruction: While most Disney films avoid using the DVNR process, the ''Robin Hood: Most Wanted Edition'' DVD release was an exception to the rule. While Disney is usually careful even when using the infamous process, the issue was that the film was made when Disney was using Xeroxing in place of hand inked cels, and the itchy, hairy lines combined with a restoration process that is specifically designed to remove things it detects as scratches and dirt was a recipe for trouble. There are many obvious instances of linework and art erasing throughout this release. Its most noticable in the opening when Robin is having chit chat with Little John, where the artwork of the arrows is frequently eaten away at into nothing due to DVNR art erasing, and also during the archery scenes when Robin is disguised as a stork, where his thin stick legs vanish into virtually nothing in certain shots.
29th Aug '16 12:17:19 PM Mikeyfan93
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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 [[note]] It's also the first DisneyAnimatedCanon film made completely independent of Walt to be released from the Disney Vault and premiere on home media as the Grand Premiere WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video]] [[/note]] - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', the latter of which is widely considered to be this film's SpiritualSuccessor.

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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 [[note]] It's also the first DisneyAnimatedCanon film made completely independent of Walt to be released from the Disney Vault and premiere on home media as the Grand Premiere WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video]] [[/note]] - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', the latter of which is widely considered to be this film's SpiritualSuccessor.
25th Aug '16 7:29:01 PM NWolfman
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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 [[note]] It's also the first DisneyAnimatedCanon film made completely independent of Walt to be released from the Disney Vault and premiere on home media as the Grand Premiere WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video]] [[/note]] - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.

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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 [[note]] It's also the first DisneyAnimatedCanon film made completely independent of Walt to be released from the Disney Vault and premiere on home media as the Grand Premiere WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo video]] [[/note]] - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.
''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', the latter of which is widely considered to be this film's SpiritualSuccessor.
25th Aug '16 8:05:43 AM Tommoraptor
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* HartmanHips: Maid Marian mainly has a slight and slender figure throughout the film, except for a few frames during the "Phony King of England" song, in which her bottom half appears much peachier than usual.

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* HartmanHips: Maid Marian mainly has a slight and slender figure throughout the film, except for a few frames when she shakes her butt during the "Phony King of England" song, in which her bottom half appears much peachier than usual.
25th Aug '16 2:57:12 AM Tommoraptor
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* HartmanHips: Maid Marian mainly has a slight and slender figure throughout the film, except for during the "Phony King of England" song, in which her bottom half appears much peachier than usual.

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* HartmanHips: Maid Marian mainly has a slight and slender figure throughout the film, except for a few frames during the "Phony King of England" song, in which her bottom half appears much peachier than usual.
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